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live team coverage of the giants win and nick smith with fans at at&t park. john is terrainy street party in the mission district and rick is with the players tonight. >> all right let's start it off with mike here in the studio. >> boy, what a night. this run to the world series may even more magical than the first time back in 2010. giants busted open in the 3rd inning. bases loaded. no outs. single to left center. the score. comes around from second. buster scores from first. 6 nothing. the bases loaded 5 times in the inning. 11 times came to bat. villain of the series holiday fly out to the man he injured series mvp marco to end the game. let the celebration begin. giants going to the world series. 9 nothing game 7 victory. abc 7 news sports reporter rick kwan is live at at&t park and rick the celebration still going on. >> yes. the fans are still out here celebrating. latest edition of the chronicle. giants win the pennant. it was a wet and wild kind of night as giants celebrated both on rain soaked field and in their clubhouse. >> i was able to be and help my t
. >> they would laugh. >> be he hilarious. >> look what happens here. this is nick. >> do we have time? we do. i need my glasses. i don't know. i'm going to need my glasses for this. >> oh. >> i need a beat. ♪ dial in turn it up, right click, click, click, click ♪ it will be windy today so guys make sure you secure your toupee ♪ >> the beat is the click by kanye west. big sean and jay-z. nick just doesn't sing free style. ♪ only see 60 on the mercury the fact is it's like they're all wearing double eye patches ♪ he's really good, coming at you, i'm a player it's liquid hot magma ♪ >> saying he's good. this isn't nick's first freestyle. if you go on his youtube page, all sorts of these things. he's known as the rapping weatherman worldwide. so nick's a bit of an entrepreneur, too. he's got a song called "i'm a weatherman" available for purchase on itunes and according to his facebook, just linked a deal with virgin america, where his weather raps will be on all their flights. in this particular video, he busts into a few dance moves, too. ♪ gungham style gungham style ♪ >> yeah. s
night. we have live team coverage of the giants win and nick smith with fans at at&t park. john is terrainy street party in the mission district and rick is with the players tonight. >> all right let's start it off with mike here in the studio. >> boy, what a night. this run to the world series may even more magical than the first time back in 2010. giants busted open in the 3rd inning. bases loaded. no outs. single to left center. the score. comes around from second. buster scores from first. 6 nothing. the bases loaded 5 times in the inning. 11 times came to bat. villain of the series holiday fly out to the man he injured series mvp marco to end the game. let the celebration begin. giants going to the world series. 9 nothing game 7 victory. abc 7 news sports reporter rick kwan is live at at&t park and rick the celebration still going on. >> yes. the fans are still out here celebrating. latest edition of the chronicle. giants win the pennant. it was a wet and wild kind of night as giants celebrated both on rain soaked field and in their clubhouse. >> i was able
of the giants win and nick smith with fans at at&t park. john is terrainy street party in the mission district and rick is with the players tonight. >> all right let's start it off with mike here in the studio. >> boy, what a night. this run to the world series may even more magical than the first time back in 2010. giants busted open in the 3rd inning. bases loaded. no outs. single to left center. the score. comes around from second. buster scores from first. 6 nothing. the bases loaded 5 times in the inning. 11 times came to bat. villain of the series holiday fly out to the man he injured series mvp marco to end the game. let the celebration begin. giants going to the world series. 9 nothing game 7 victory. abc 7 news sports reporter rick kwan is live at at&t park and rick the celebration still going o >> yes >> yes. the fans are still out here celebrating. latest edition of the chronicle. giants win the pennant. it was a wet and wild kind of night as giants celebrated both on rain soaked field and in their clubhouse. >> i was able to be and help my team. this is great feeli
and al roker. and coming up, today's professionals. >> with nick offerman, one of our favorites from "parks and rec." he'll be here with star and donny. >>> that's right. and did you know it's healthy week here at nbc. so now that the cold and flu season is upon us, we've got some important advice for parents on how you should and should not be treating your kids. and then later, good housekeeping gets up close and personal with first lady michelle obama and ann romney. and we're going to look at that. >>> and natalie standing by at the news desk with a check of the headlines. >> good morning, matt, savannah, and al, and good morning, everyone. police in colorado have recovered a body not far from the home of missing 10-year-old girl jessica ridgeway. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning. just a few moments ago in what was a short and fairly uneventful news briefing, police released no further detail on that body that was recovered. of course, as you mentioned, it was recovered late wednesday afternoon. police releasing details about that body late last night. the
with information about their missing girls. abc 7 news reporter nick smith is live with the story. nick? >> investigators say that testing the bone fragments could take weeks but the family of michaela garecht have been waiting for answers since 1988. >> i just want to find her and bring her home whether alive or whether she's not. >> sharon has been looking for answers about the disappearance of her daughter michaela since the 9-year-old vanished in 1988. vetments may tie her disappearance to speed freak killers. >> michaela was a chichld i ignored that investigation all along. >> this week, she learned a bone found at the site where wesley sherman tin and lauren herzyog buried victims is a child's bone. >> if this is michaela, then it breaks my heart she's laying in that place all of this time. >> she was last seen here, she'd gone to the store. police say a man grabbed her and drove away. missing posters still hang with images as she was 24 years ago. and how she may look now. the bones found in a sierra foot hills well where bodies were dump bid so called speed freak killers and tes
water-propelled jet pack. but that's exactly what one man set out to do. and we sent abc's nick watt along for the ride. >> reporter: take one daredevil with a chiseled jaw, futuristic contraption shoots for a new world record. the longest jet pack flight over open water, 26 long miles from newport beach to catalina island. >> we're an hour in. >> reporter: no one has ever tried this before. >> it's personal flight. it's every person's dream out there. it truly is like being a super hero. you are flying through the air like superman or ironman and you can go underwater, too. >> reporter: with basically two fire hoses strapped to your back, pushing water up into the air up to 35 miles an hour. it's called a jet lev, now commercially available with anyone with a love for flight and 100 grand. invented by a genius in florida who is, unsurprisingly, a 007 fan. >> we saw james bond "thunder ball" and the jet pack and he was intrigued. the big leaps th he took was thinking you could use water pressure other than hydrogen. >> reporter: he was a banker, learned to fly just a year ago. they s
waiting room." peter nicks decided to chronicle the daily workings of an oakland emergency room, creating a stark picture of what 24 hours is like in an inner-city pr -- e.r. we are glad you have joined us. a conversation with peter nicks coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: the issue of health care has been a constant conversation in this country over the past few years, amplified during this campaign season. behind the politics of health care is the reality of what many americans face, especially in inner cities. peter nicks decided to chronicle a day in a life of an open emergency room. the film is called "the waiting room" and is being called one of the
at the team from west virginia, iley, and woods. >> gus: two kickers line up, nick jordan 28, and nick rose 23. this one and recovered by the mountaineers. so a two-big 12 games, they defeated baylor, 70-63 at home and with 14 seconds remaining, they are in front of texas, 48-45. >> charles: and really, what a bounce back for west virginia's defense, getting torched by baylor last week. this isn't pretty, but down the stretch, they made the plays necessary to win the football game. including a couple of fourth down stops. >> gus: the west virginia mountaineers, first year in the big 12 in their first road game in conference play. and knocking off the 11th ranked longhorns. 48-45. let's go down stairs where we have geno smith. >> geno, congratulations on your win. one second. geno, congratulations on your win, what went right? >> a number of things went right, main thing was we stuck together, it was not pretty, but we came to a tough venue, against a tough team, and closed it out. >> you did not let up once. what kept you going? >> i have a great team and great coaches and they keep me up thro
and there is nick smith. >> we're just trying to get answers and we said ask said we haven't been able to get the answers and every time, we've been shut down. >> and they continued to relay answers related to their son. the city council meeting filled with family and supporters accusing city leaders of dragging their feet and releasing details on the may 6th shooting and worse. >> this takes time. >> the city council member says the family deserves to know the truth. so does the public. >> people should let the process run its course its incumbent upon to us make sure we provide with the answer autos howard jordan claims he's doing his best and he leased a report on the investigation and in a statement says this will provide independent facts. >> this one that could have been given months ago. >> and representing the family in the wrongful death suit. he says the police report raises more questions than it answers. >> there is a number of them do not see a gun on the kid. >> the report also states there is bloomford -- in contradiction to other states saying he never fired a weapon. >> they
. >> gus: two kickers line up, nick jordan 28, and nick rose 23. this one and recovered by the mountaineers. so a two-big 12 games, they defeated baylor, 70-63 at home and with 14 seconds remaining, they are in front of texas, 48-45. >> charles: and really, what a bounce back for west virginia's defense, getting torched by baylor last week. this isn't pretty, but down the stretch, they made the plays necessary to win the football game. including a couple of fourth down stops. >> gus: the west virginia mountaineers, first year in the big 12 in their first road game in conference play. and knocking off the 11th ranked longhorns. 48-45. let's go down stairs where we have geno smith. >> geno, congratulations on your win. one second. geno, congratulations on your win, what went right? >> a number of things went right, main thing was we stuck together, it was not pretty, but we came to a tough venue, against a tough team, and closed it out. >> you did not let up once. what kept you going? >> i have a great team and great coaches and they keep me up throughout the game. i fumbled twice and had tha
the one year anniversary of being evicted from the plaza. nick smith joins us. they claim the movement is not dead. >> reporter: absolutely. what is also made clear to me today, occupy oakland has many faces and the group that spoke a few moments ago said they do not speak for occupy oakland as a whole but rather they are concerned citizens who live in the city and believe more needs to be done about the tactics used by oakland police when dealing with confrontation. video from last year, this time the steps of city hall turned into eye tent city police took action to clear it after city officials believed it to be unsafe and unsanitary. demonstrators post add agenda for today which include a meeting at city hall this afternoon marching through the streets and reestablishing the encampment at frank ogawa plaza. asking supporters to bring tents, warm clothes and friends. last year dozens of police and hundreds of protesters clashed violently. the law enforcement used tear gas and other crowd control methods. the number of protesters diminished with each round of gas. this morning, we fo
by nick gomez illustrates how many filmmakers faced with low budgets turn a lack of money into a creative challenge. the films i want to make are films that speak honestly about people who live in this country. (nick gomez) maybe with a point of view, maybe even a little bite. we worked out of our apartments about a year-and-a-half ago, and it's a hassle working out of your apartment. there's no separation between work and life. so we decided to create a place for those without money. (larry meistrich) the shooting gallery is a home for independent filmmaking within two floors here, about 10,000 square feet of anything you could think of having to do with making films. you could shoot here for a couple hundred dollars a day, cast and have a somewhat more professional atmosphere than casting out of your apartment. and at the same time, not spending a lot of money and keeping that money for the production you're working on. you've just got to get up and get the film stock, and borrow a camera and go out and shoot it, as opposed to sitting around and planning and submitting, trying to raise
&t park. nick smith is live at the ballpark tonight. nick, rain didn't matter did it. >>reporter: the rain didn't matter dan. this crowd is on fire. i'll tell you now it's wild. i want you to see the crowd people out here can talk about the way the game we haven't everybody is excited about wednesday and they know here a lot of people said the rain doesn't matter because it's all about about marco and everyone is talking about how marco could be mvp. best part about the game was what. >> it was just it was just being it was just the beginning of the game. scoring the runs. seeing matt holiday shut down. >> all right. we are going to keep it flight while we are here. back to you. more at 11:00. live at at&t park. nick smith 7 news. >> i just wish they were more excited out there, nick. thanks a lot. what a great scene. just incredible. well, another storm is headed our way. raining as you saw at the game pretty heavily. fortunately not until later in the game so they didn't call it. let's go to spencer tracking it on radar. what a fun nature for baseball fans. rain
, nick watt, sitting there taking one for the team in a san francisco space slapping salon. and you actually took one for the team too. >> i did. they say it is supposed to do wonders for wrinkles, with circulation in your face, you know for $350, if i've remember correctly. expensive stuff. best video of the week. and nick a brave soul, dogged journalist for doing that. all that slapping had nick feeling -- >> poor guy. >> apparently nick likes it rough. had him feeling sleepy. he went to l.a. where he met other tired folks and their tired friend. >> reporter: darcy and charlie are on their way to the park. she yawns. he yawns. because he is feeling what she is feeling. >> you can tell from the sad mood, i will get a lick on the cheek, something look that. >> reporter: when you yawn, your dog yawns. swedish scientists here they are at work just proved that dogs actually empathize. that's why they find human yawns contagious. >> not just yawns, but they also took on the e motie emotion thag usually signifies, sleepiness and tiredness. >> reporter: it works well, 69% of the time. yaw
of the presidential debates wednesday, live, on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. next, remarks by nick clegg, then assemplbly speeches by the president of egypt. then another chance to see "q and a" with jeff colvin of "fortune" magazine. jess braden previews the cases that will be heard in the supreme court. libertarian candidate gary johnson takes your questions. and ariel frankel looks at the budget for the federal transit authority. "washington journal," live on c-span. the british house of commons is in recess. in place of "prime minister's questions," liberal democrat leader nick clegg. they formed a coalition with the conservatives in 2010 when no party won a majority. he apologized for going against his policy of not raising tuition fees. he outlines his future beyond the next election and 2014. this is about 40 minutse. -- minutes. ♪ >> thank you. let me start -- let me start. colleagues, this summer, as we cheered our athletes to gold after gold, britain remembered how it feels to win again. and we remembered what it takes to win again. david weir -- the message was the same. we
is to blame for the shooting death of a u.s. border patrol agent. nick loss ivie was killed this week just north of the mexico/arizona border. mexican officials arrested two men as investigators look into whether ivie was shot by a fellow officer. his family is struggling to cope with the loss. >> we've been so preoccupied with the grief of the loss, we really haven't had time to be angry at anything. it is what it is. it won't bring nick back. >> homeland security secretary janet napolitano heads to arizona today to express condolences and meet with investigators. >>> syria has apologized for an artillery strike on a turkish town that killed five people. but escalating fears of a cross-border war have sparked demonstrations in turkey. outside the parliament building, riot police used tear gas and water canons to break up anti-war protesters. >>> firefighters are struggling to contain a wildfire threatening about a dozen homes in washington state. the fire, which is being fueled by bone-dry conditions quickly scorched 150 acres about 40 miles from seattle. some people in the town of shelto
temporal porque las familias son para la internet dijo el hermano de nick y dijo que se siente un dolor profundo al perder un dolor y una esposa no debe desde cir ad tan pronto y una madre no enterrar a su hijo. >> Él era siempre dedicado a ellos y a la comunidad. >> joel dice que él y nick eran afortunados trabajar juntos y murió pacificamente cumpliendo con su deber. >> con su familia a su lado nicolás se despide y regresará a utah donde será sepultado y en la frontera tu ejemplo será honrado siempre. >> regresamos a los estudios. >> (♪) >> el principal dirijo gentes del cartel de los zetas al parecer murió en un enfrentamiento a tires en coahuila, dicen que el cadáver de unos dos hombres muertos puede ser de lazo cano y autoridades dicen que determinarán la identidad del cuerpo. >> noticias de américa latina, tras lograr su tercera reelección el presidente chávez habló con capriles para unir a un país dividido porque cientos de vvotantes tienen ideas diferentes de chávez, dicen que esto no es el inicio de un dialogo político. >> león dijo que no usaran el ejercito
jennings. >>> fire broke out at the alvarado shopping center on alvarado boulevard. nick smith is live on the scene. >> reporter: good morning. with daylight come the shock in the aftermath of in fire. you can see had you this parking lot is a flooded mess and the building is destroyed. we have counted nine businesses that have been gutted by flames or severely damaged because of water. look at flames in video from last night that tore through this strip mall. alameda county fire responded to the call of a structure fire after 1 a.m.. four alarms were called, the fire so intense at one point caused collapse of roof to the building. the heat so intense the smoke so thick and threat of that fire spreading so immediate that the 50 residents in an apartment building behind the mall were evacuated as a precaution. i spoke with one small business owner who could not believe what he saw. >> a lot of people call me and it is like, looks really bad, smoke all over and fire, you see all the flames and everything. shop for 24 years with daylight comes shock and frustration that he and other owner
serious. we're here with the department of public works street use and mapping section. nick has been here for 23 years. >> 23 -- who's counting. >> and we will talk today about streets and sidewalks. mostly about sidewalks and a number of the related important issues in san francisco disabled access, hazards, encroachments. what they mean and how you can solve the problems. and maintenance responsibilities, who's responsible. good point. want to welcome you all and invite you to ask your questions. this is a dialogue and discussion. the weather is cool and might rain. we will keep the pace up and keep ourselves warm. we have a guest joining us, a special guest. a structural engineer who does a lot of work in the city with street and sidewalks and repair. >> nice to see you. >> he does a lot of the work for subsidewalk basements. many builds which down the face of the building ask extend under the sidewalk is and need a permit from department of public works. >> annual assessment fees courtesy of the board of supervisors. now 3 dollars per square foot. >> we will talk about that in a
at where nick explained you have 4 feet right-of-way. outside the 4 feet can be adapted for other uses you can put tables or chairs out. you can change the sidewalk surface. you can do sidewalk landscaping. permeable landscaping refers to the fact that the water ends up in the ground not the sewer system. >> this sidewalk this runs in the curb and the -- >> that catch basin for water it goes to the grate. >> we will look at a framed signs and other stuff. thank you very much. >> we want to talk about a few items here as we end this little talk. first of all we have an a framed sign, moving must sell. >> [laughter]. >> do you need a permit for a moving sale sign? >> those are actually illegal. there are no permits, that's right. there are no permits that can be obtained for those signs a framed signs. >> we see them all over the city. >> thank you. >> currently its under the police code. >> okay. >> you know as we know the police have more important things to do. if they present a hazard ask also public works inspect ors have been assisting the police department. if we are inspe
the sport at ridgewood high school in new jersey, nick nicholaides is the certified trainer athletes count on to prevent injury. >> how does it feel? >> reporter: he's also the guy that puts them to the test after every hit. >> as symptomatic as you are, you should go home and rest. >> reporter: looking for any sign of brain injury. >> my second year here i saw an alarming trend of a lot of concussions. concussion is one of those injuries you don't always see signs of which you look at someone. >> reporter: so nicholaides creates his own concussion campaign, using a video to educate students on the dangers of concussions and to recognize the symptoms early. dr. rosemarie moser has studied the impact of concussions on student athletes for the last 25 years. >> they tend to be most vulnerable, more vulnerable than adults because their brains are still young. they're still tbroag. they're still changing. >> reporter: according to the cdc, those injuries caused by a bump, blow, or a jolt to the the head take longer to heal in minors. symptoms range from headaches and fatigue to dizziness and n
on what will admittedly be a very long recovery. nick schifrin reports from birmingham. >> reporter: she was nearly killed for simply wanting to go to school. malala has began a long road to recovery. her doctors removed her ventilator and she responded to stimuli. >> her doctors believe she has a chance of making a good recovery. >> reporter: 17 specialists will examine her in 24 hours. they have to recorrect her entire skull, shattered by a taliban bullet. this hospital provides better care than what she can receive in pakistan. and it is also safer. as long as she was in pakistan, the taliban promise to try to kill her. when the taliban took over her neighborhood and blew up girls' schools, she fought back and became a potent symbol of resistance. >> you must -- >> reporter: and now, malala will fight back again. her supporters vow she will heal, she'll return home. and she'll go back to school. nick schifrin, abc news, birmingham. >> extraordinary story. >>> in other news this morning, today is day two of pretrial hearings for self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind sharid shake mohammed and
, and the likelihood of any season is shrinking fast. nick smith is live in san jose. no fun for the fans, obviously, and no business for merchants who depend on those hockey games. >> absolutely, dan. we are here on busy san pedro street, and it is always popular, but on game day, the bars and the restaurants are packed and over flowing with people who fill seats to watch the sharks play. if they don't play, then they don't have the business. business owners said they won't have the staff. there is a trickle down affect that will be felt by everyone. >> the shark tank is a great place to go. it is one of the best venues. >> but so far this season it has remained sharkless. the nhl has officially canceled all games through november 1st. that means four regular season home games with the shark tank in the dark. >> i don't know what the realish you as are. the bottom line is, it is the fans. we want to see some hockey, good hockey action, and we are not going to get it. >> this is the third lockout since 1994. the league has told the players association that if an agreement is met by thursday, they ca
is shrinking fast. nick smith is live in san jose. no fun for the fans, obviously, and no business for merchants who depend on those hockey games. >> absolutely, dan. we are here on busy san pedro street, and it is always popular, but on game day, the bars and the restaurants are packed and over flowing with people who fill seats to watch the sharks play. if they don't play, then they don't have the business. business owners said they won't have the staff. there is a trickle down affect that will be felt by everyone. >> the shark tank is a great place to go. it is one of the best venues. >> but so far this season it has remained sharkless. the nhl has officially canceled all games through november 1st. that means four regular season home games with the shark tank in the dark. >> i don't know what the realish you as are. the bottom line is, it is the fans. we want to see some hockey, good hockey action, and we are not going to get it. >> this is the third lockout since 1994. the league has told the players association that if an agreement is met by thursday, they can still squeeze i
of our due diligence for outreach, and this is nick bovis, the proprietor of the business, we did have an ongoing dialog with the upstairs commercial tenants would was complaining about the possibility of a noise leak from the entertainment from the gold dust lounge, the gold dust lounge at fisherman's bhar f has not commenced build o*ut yet and when it does, there are plans in place to do significant soundproofing and as you well known, an entertainment permit cannot be fully granted until the inspection is given from the city, so all the safeguards in place, we've done significant outreach to this particular tenant upstairs and another tenant e-mailed me back and said everything was fine as far as he was concerned so that's about it, this is nick bovis. >> i wanted to thank everybody for your support and help and the cause from [inaudible] downtown to try to stop all the retailers in making san francisco the same, we appreciate all the help and support and i know everybody tried really hard and the next best thing is to move it and we appreciate your support. thank you. >> thank you.
, starting tomorrow, mayor ed lee is claiming san francisco pride giants week. at at&t park, nick smith, abc news. >> thank you, nick. >>> tonight the san bruno city council voted to get rid of the head of the public utilities commission. it is the latest fallout from the pg&e explosion that destroyed dozens of homes and killed eight people. john alston is live in the crest more neighborhood with this new development. john? >> san bruno wants the head out passing a resolution. and while it is symbolic and does not have the force of law, the city leaders hopes it puts pressure on the regulator and the governor. >> it is a disgrace. >> the mayor of san bruno talking about how he thinks the california public utilities commission is handling the aftermath of the devastating explosion that killed eight people two years ago. survivors watched as the city council unanimously passed a resolution calling on the head of the scene to quit or be fired. >> i can't bring my daughter back. i am so happy that they are able to stand in front of everyone and support basically what the city needs. >> the city
lee is claiming san francisco pride giants week. at at&t park, nick smith, abc news. >> thank you, nick. >>> tonight the san bruno city council voted to get rid of the head of the public utilities commission. it is the latest fallout from the pg&e explosion that destroyed dozens of homes and killed eight people. john alston is live in the crest more neighborhood with this new development. john? >> san bruno wants the head out passing a resolution. and while it is symbolic and does not have the force of law, the city leaders hopes it puts pressure on the regulator and the governor. >> it is a disgrace. >> the mayor of san bruno talking about how he thinks the california public utilities commission is handling the aftermath of the devastating explosion that killed eight people two years ago. survivors watched as the city council unanimously passed a resolution calling on the head of the scene to quit or be fired. >> i can't bring my daughter back. i am so happy that they are able to stand in front of everyone and support basically what the city needs. >> the city is faulting cpuc pr
anniversary of being evicted from the plaza. nick smith joins us. they claim the movement is not dead. >> reporter: absolutely. what is also made clear to me today, occupy oakland has many faces and the group that spoke a few moments ago said they do not speak for occupy oakland as a whole but rather they are concerned citizens who live in the city and believe more needs to be done about the tactics used by oakland police when dealing with confrontation. video from last year, this time the steps of city hall turned into eye tent city police took action to clear it after city officials believed it to be unsafe and unsanitary. demonstrators post add agenda for today which include a meeting at city hall this afternoon marching through the streets and reestablishing the encampment at frank ogawa plaza. asking supporters to bring tents, warm clothes and friends. last year dozens of police and hundreds of protesters clashed violently. the law enforcement used tear gas and other crowd control methods. the number of protesters diminished with each round of gas. this morning, we found banks an
areas hit hard by the storm. abc 7 news reporter nick smith is live tonight in sacramento where those crews are departing for the storm zone. >> absolutely. we're at mather field. talking about 8.2 million people without pou yes, some have hit the road headed to new york to help out and restore power, looking over my shoulder you can see the rest about 150, pg&e employee was to board that 737 behind me and they're spending crews to new york to get the city up and running again. some flying, some driving with a mission to help restore power and areas damaged by hurricane sandy. about 150 employees are across the company northern california division. all of them will be used to provide support and get things up and running. so we're happy to send crews out there to restore customers. we've got 150 employees going from northern and central california that. is designed so we can still maintain safe operations here in california while we're helping our utilities on the coast coast. >> most of the teams have helped other agencies before. the teams expected to arrive in white plains new york
inspired. >> ryan henderson. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: before we get to this, know nick ballinger had an arm like a rocket. threw 86 miles an hour. baseball was his life. his family took a vacation to hawaii. >> i thought the water was deeper than it was and i cracked my neck on the bottom. >> reporter: nick's mom says said that's when his words that will change their lives. >> i can't feel my legs. >> reporter: he suffered a injury that left him paralyzed. he was told he would not walk. he took not one, but 15 steps this week. >> i love proving doctors wrong. >> reporter: that's why he picked the hash tag unbreakable. some say it's an inspiration. >> the progress that i made from just lying in bed and not being able to move anything but my arms to now at a homecoming football game with thousands of people here, i would say it's a little inspiring. >> reporter: which takes us tonight with the baseball team gets a chance to win. [ cheers and applause ] >> congratulations. well done. well done. >> good job. >> all right. >> are you ready? . [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. n
buena noticia es que el joven mediocampista nick deleon, es candidato a ser el novato de la temporada, con sus 22 anos, lleva 5 goles en la mls, tiene 4 asistencias, 26 partidos jugados y 23 como titular, acumula un total de 1,995 minutos con el once capitalino. nick deleon podri Ía ser a nivel local todo lista para la premiacion del torneo de futbol taca del 2012. maÑana en herdon se reconocera a lo mas destacado de la temporada con el campeon victoria que logro el bicampeonato taca al superar ampliamente en la final a juventud sureÑa, en la gala tambien tendra su reconocimie nto los arbitros, jugador mas valioso, goleador, el mejor portero, patrocinadores y miembros de la presa. tambien se confirmara la gira internacional de una semana que tendra victoria por centro america a recuerden que tigres de detroit derroto 8-1 a los yanquis y ya estan en la serie mundial, esperando a los gigantes o cardinales. hasta aqui los deportes buenas noches a todos. volvemos con fanny gutierrez, el entretenimiento... hoy, en nuestro segmento de entretenimiento les quiero presentar a un joven salv
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